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Menstrual Health Day about fighting discrimination and raising awareness

Publication date 01 June 2023 | 21:58 | ICT

Menstruation, a natural occurrence for women of reproductive age, involves the monthly shedding of the uterine lining. It is an inevitable part of being a woman and plays a significant role in the menstrual cycle.



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